Action at the Capitol is picking up. Gwyn Guenther joins me to update us on efforts to lift the mining moratorium, attempts to move some state government functions out of the City of Madison, and she brings us the latest on the State Budget votes in the Joint Finance Committee.
A jam-packed episode this week, with developments on the Foxconn deal, the State Budget and a new legislative initiative that will likely stir some decades-old passions. Gwyn breaks it down for us on The Wheelercast.
Is there still a need for Courtroom Sketch Artists? Should there be a test before you can qualify to be one? Why are we still having this conversation in 2017?
You name one other podcast that can tie today’s political tribulations to the hit(ish) early 80’s TV show Benson.
Dan, Lisa, and Brian take a crack at these topics and more on today’s 9er Podcast.
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As lawmakers work behind the scenes on both the state budget and the Foxconn deal public skirmishes continue to pop up over the timing. Which package will get done first? What changes are being made, and by whom. Gwyn Guenther of the Wheeler Report takes a look at the latest from Madison in this week’s episode.
The 9er podcast is back for week number 2 with Lisa, Brian, and Dan’s thoughts on 9 things that happened this week.
Not. So. Fast. On this week’s episode of The Wheelercast, we look at some scheduling conflicts that could delay votes on both the State Budget and the Foxconn package. Plus we review last week’s marathon Assembly committee hearing on the massive economic development deal.
Nine topics. Three Hosts. Thirty minutes. Dan Deibert, Lisa Manna, and Brian Fraley put their unique, Midwestern spin on nine events/issues/topics/things from the previous week. Current events, politics, sports… It’s all on the agenda.